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  • Police probe Brunswick doughnut shop burglary

    A suspect in the burglary of the Dunkin' Donuts on Maine Street in Brunswick springs off the counter early Wednesday, May 5. Police are searching for the man, who was videotaped by the store's security cameras after tripping a burglary alarm. Police believe the man, possibly with the help of anot...

  • Hotel owner sues Brunswick over tax rebate for Maine Street Station inn

    BRUNSWICK — A local hotel owner is suing the town over information used to justify a tax rebate plan for the developer of Maine Street Station and a proposed 54-room inn. Peter Anastos, a Yarmouth resident and principal owner of of the Maine Course Hospitality Group in Freeport, file...

  • Fighting cancer

    Walkers took to the Brunswick High School track through the night on May 15 in support of cancer survivors, victims and fundraising efforts for the American Cancer Society's annual Relay for Life in Brunswick. Jennie Wiacek, 18, of Gorham, lights a lantern prior to the reading of the names of those ...

  • Brunswick, Bath, Topsham, Harpswell prepare Memorial Day events

    BRUNSWICK — The communities of Topsham, Brunswick, Harpswell and Bath have a full morning of events planned for Memorial Day, Monday, May 25. Topsham and Brunswick's joint parade will begin assembling at the Topsham Municipal Building on Main Street at 8 a.m. The parade will begin...

  • Topsham selectmen reject proposed change in Black Bridge traffic pattern

    TOPSHAM — A proposal that could have led to a traffic change on the Black Bridge was defeated by the Board of Selectmen May 7 by a vote of 3-2. The proposal would have prohibited traffic traveling from Topsham from turning left onto Mill Street (Route 1) in Brunswick. The change...

  • Rock 'em, sock 'em soccer

    Bowdoin College's Northern Bites team watches closely as their robot battles for the ball with a competing robot from the University of Texas on May 2 when Bowdoin hosted the 2009 RoboCup U.S. Open. Competitors had to create software for the two-legged robots, which could independently play soccer a...

  • Historic crossing

    Runners cross the Swinging Bridge from Brunswick to Topsham for the first time ever during the sixth annual Save Our Swinging Bridge 5K on April 19. In previous years runners couldn't use the 116-year-old bridge, which was in desperate need of repair. Nick Scott of Boothbay Harbor won this year's ra...

  • Brunswick blaze investigated by fire marshall

    BRUNSWICK — The Fire Department and the state fire marshal's office are investigating a blaze that tore through a home at 209 Pleasant St. Wednesday afternoon. Five departments responded to the fire at just before 5 p.m. Brunswick Deputy Chief Sandy Carleton said Thursday that the...

  • A Portland dream spins worldwide

    Record Store Day celebrates retail independence PORTLAND — In July 2007, Chris Brown was sitting in his Monument Square office when he got an idea to plan a one-day celebration of local, independent music stores. Brown, vice president of marketing and operatio...

  • SAD 75, Brunswick eye special ed collaboration

    TOPSHAM — The special education directors of School Administrative District 75 and Brunswick want to combine their programs by 2013.